As the Titanic was sinking, Second Officer Lightoller was trying to get Lifeboat #6 away. In the confusion of the sinking, he started lowering the lifeboat away with only one crewman aboard. He called out, seeing if he could get another sailor into the boat.
With no crew near Arthur Peuchen, an experienced yachtsman, stepped forward to heed the call. The Captain approved of this, and told him to go down to the promenade and hop out a window into the lifeboat. But Lightoller replied that if he was as good a seaman as he claimed to be, he could rope down to the boat, about 25ft below. Taking the rope in hand, Arthur swung himself off Titanic and into the lifeboat, and survived the sinking.
During that swing, his wallet slipped loose and splashed into the ocean, sinking to the bottom. 75 years later, a Titanic expedition team exploring the debris field found the wallet and was able to recover it intact from the ocean floor. It contained a travelers cheque, some street car tickets, and his personal index card, confirming it was his wallet.
I don't suppose you would have any information related to a creature referred to as the "Eao"? There are some boots with its bones and a Titan artifact with its scales.